In transaction CSADMIN, a database repository cannot be updated from the "defined" status to the "running" status. Instead, the request terminates with a timeout after a certain amount of time.
The following message is logged for an activated server trace:
X-ErrorDescription: "CreateTab ContentStorage, connect error SQLConnect failed, Specified driver could not be loaded due to system error 5 (liveCache)., Error Code: 160"
Due to authorization problems, the Windows Driver Manager cannot load dependent ODBC DLLs.
You must add the "NETWORK SERVICE" user to the access authorizations for all ODBC driver DLLs.
Open a command box, switch to the installation directory of the SAPDB/MaxDB ODBC driver and execute the following command:
cacls <INSTDIR>sql*.dll /T /E /G "NETWORK SERVICE":F
Provided that you have not executed an ODBC driver update into another directory (notes 698915, 301352), the ODBC driver is in the c:sapdbprogramspgm installation directory.
Based on our observations, you do not need to restart the SAP Content Server.